The position at which your website sits on search engines such as Google can greatly affect the amount of business you get. If your business website appears on page 1, you’re going to get a lot of people checking out your website. If your site doesn’t show up until page 40, you’ll be lucky to get any visitors at all. Paying an SEO company to boost your rankings is generally a worthwhile venture. However, it can also be costly. Fortunately, there are ways to do your own SEO for those on a tight budget. Here’s how…
Our friends at Skilled.co have put together a massive treasure trove full of fun facts for you today. So, read along and take a look at the social media statistics infographic to learn a thing or two about how all of this online interaction can work for you. You may already know a few of the key points here, but there should be plenty of new information that you had never even considered before.
How else are people using Twitter nowadays? How are businesses using Twitter? How does the network impact people’s purchasing decisions, and how do promoted tweets boost offline sales? And does it change how connected people feel to a brand?
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